YUI Theater — Paul Donnelly and Nagesh Susarla: "YQL + YUI: Building End-to-End Applications" (38 min.)

By YUI TeamDecember 9, 2010

YUI engineer Nagesh Susarla speaks at YUIConf 2010 at Yahoo! HQ in Sunnyvale, CA.

In this YUIConf 2010 session, YQL engineers Paul Donnelly (@pjdonnelly) and Nagesh Susarla review how to start your query out in the YQL console, access YQL data via the various endpoints, and go through YQL's various authentication layers.

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